Our Pick of the Flicks! 10.2.12

Mimi ON Feb 09, 2012 AT 7:01 am

This Friday is another great week for movies, we have chosen four of our favourite flicks; from the critically acclaimed ‘A Dangerous Method’ to the hilarious new Muppets movie. ‘The Vow’ the tearjerker, while ‘The Woman In Black’ will have you jumping out of your seat. Read more and click the links for the trailers…

The Muppets Movie

The Muppets Movie

The Muppets

In this brand new Muppet film starring Jason Segal, Amy Adams, and all your favourite Muppets characters, the gang must reunite to save their theatre from a threatening oil tycoon. In typical Muppets fashion, the movie features a number of celebrity cameos, including Mickey Rooney, Whoopi Goldberg, Selena Gomez, Emily Blunt and Neil Patrick Harris. It’s probably the best film we’ve seen all year and we couldn’t recommend it any more if we tried! Jason Segal’s done a great job. Go see the Muppets!

Watch the trailer below:

A Dangerous Method

A Dangerous Method

A Dangerous Method

Keira Knightley stars as Sabina, a mentally unstable patient and romantic interest of both Sigmund Freud (Viggo Mortensen) and Carl Jung (Michael Fassbender). The result of these famous minds’ shared affection sheds light on the birth of psychoanalysis. It features an infamous spanking scene and the lovely Vincent Cassell.

Watch the trailer here…

The Vow

The Vow

The Vow

After a car accident puts Paige (Rachel McAdams) in a coma, her husband Leo (Channing Tatum) is forced to deal with her resulting memory loss. Leo must convince his wife of their love when Paige’s ex resurfaces. This is actually based on a true story, which sort of helps but it’s hard to get behind this couple in the film.

Now we saw this the other day and although it’s no scratch on The Notebook, if you love a chick-flick this is he one for you. Oh and you see Channing Tatum’s naked rear which is a perk.

See the trailer here…

Woman In Black

The Woman In Black

The Woman In Black

Daniel Radcliffe stars in this horror story as Arthur Kipps, a lawyer summoned to a remote English village to do paperwork for a recently deceased client. But what he thought would be business quickly turns into a nightmare when he catches a glimpse of a mysterious apparition of a woman in black and must unveil the unsettling secret of her identity. Adapted from the famous play and book by the brilliant Jane Goldman, this is shot so beautifully and is brilliantly spooky, horror fans are in for a treat.

Definitely one for the big screen and surrounded by a jumpy crowd, those added screams will all add to it….

See the trailer here…

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